ond position we are seeking a child
clinical psychologist, or pediatric
psychologist, or pediatric neuropsychologist. Both positions are
pending budgetary approval. Candidates would be primarily responsible for research mentoring, teaching, and clinical supervision. Ideally, applicants will have an active
research program, publication track
record, and prior experience teach-ing/supervising graduate students.
A demonstrated ability/potential to
pursue extramural research funding
is also desirable. Loma Linda University is a health sciences university and its Medical Center, one of
the main health-care institutions in
Southern California, is the flagship
of a system of hundreds of Adventist
health care institutions around the
world. The Department of Psychology is housed within the School of
Behavioral Health and includes only
APA-accredited Ph.D. and Psy.D.
programs in clinical psychology.
Loma Linda is conveniently situated near the San Bernardino/San Gabriel mountains, San Diego/Orange
County beaches, Palm Springs, and
downtown Los Angeles. Loma Linda University is sponsored by the
Seventh-day Adventist church. Applicants must be supportive of the
LLU mission statement, and preference will be given to members
Applicants should send a letter of
interest, vitae, representative reprints/preprints, and names/con-tact information for at least three
references to: Dr. Kelly Morton,
Chair, Faculty Search Committee,
firstname.lastname@example.org; or, Loma Linda
University, Department of Psychology, 11130 Anderson St., Loma Linda, California 92350 by October
1, 2014. The Faculty Search Committee may request supplemental application materials from applicants. Review of applications
will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
For more information, visit: http://
psychology/ index.page. Loma Linda
University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer. Women
and individuals from diverse backgrounds are particularly encouraged
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR—AMERICAN SCHOOL
OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, ARGOSY UNIVERSITY:
Southern California is seeking an
assistant or associate professor-level
core faculty member for the Psy.D.
program in clinical psychology
(APA-accredited) with strong academic training in the following areas: statistics and research methods, cognitive and affective processes, physiological psychology,
psychopharmacology, and history
and systems of psychology. Position available September 2014. Apply online at: https://edmc.hua.
Tenure Track Assistant Professor in
Marriage and Family Therapy and
Professional Clinical Counseling
Saint Mary’s College invites applications and nominations for a tenure track
Assistant Professor in the Department in the College’s Kalmanovitz School of
Education beginning in the 2014-2015 academic year. The work is collegial in a
highly collaborative and culturally diverse campus environment. The successful
candidate will be expected to contribute to the mission of the College, which is
informed, animated, and expressed through its Catholic, Lasallian, and Liberal
Teach a variety of graduate counseling courses, including foundational core courses and advanced specialization •
courses. The Assistant Professor may be assigned by the Department Chair to participate in other teaching-related
activities equivalent to 18 semester units in an academic year.
Work collegially and actively with other Counseling Department faculty on program/curriculum evaluation, •
assessment, development, and other projects and tasks, along with assessment and student evaluation in terms
of Counseling Department Competencies, State of California CTC standards and BBS educational requirements,
and WASC requirements.
Assist the Department Chair and other counseling department faculty in meeting California accreditation •
standards for Pupil Personnel Services Credentials in School Counseling and School Psychology and/or the Board
of Behavioral Sciences (LMFT/LPCC).
Serve as advisor to assigned students. Post and hold a minimum of four office hours per week to accommodate •
the schedules of students and advisees.
Participate in department and Kalmanovitz School of Education activities, meetings, and committees. •
Serve on College committees, and attend general Academic Senate meetings, Commencements, and other •
special convocations or College events, when possible.
Perform instruction substitution for faculty colleagues. •
Participate in student admissions interviews and decision-making. •
Engage in scholarly and professional activities, along with attending conferences, workshops, and meetings •
consistent with professional and scholarly development.
Develop effective and collaborative relationships within the program, school, and with other areas of the College. •
Experience and Qualifications:
Hold a doctoral degree in counseling, clinical or counseling psychology, counselor education, marriage and family •
therapy, or a closely related discipline, by December 31, 2014.
Have a minimum of 2 years full-time experience (or the equivalent) working as a psychotherapist or counselor (LMFT •
or LPCC preferred).
Demonstrate a strong commitment to student-centered learning and holistic and humanistic counseling •
Demonstrate a commitment to rigorous graduate level teaching and counselor education and training. Ability to •
teach foundational core courses and advanced specialization courses.
Experience teaching in one or both of the following specializations (highly desirable): Community mental health, •
clinical counseling, and/or couples and family therapy.
Knowledge of and/or willingness to learn relevant state and national standards that pertain to counseling •
specialization(s) [e.g., California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (Pupil Personnel Services credentials), Board
of Behavioral Sciences (LMFT & LPCC), CAMFT/CALPCC, AAMFT, ACA, NBCC, ASCA, NASP].
Demonstrate commitment to diverse multicultural populations and to social justice. At least 2 years of experience •
working effectively with ethnically and culturally diverse students in k- 12, higher education, psychotherapy/
counseling, or social service delivery setting.
Evidence of research trajectory and scholarly activity in the field, along with a commitment to scholarship and •
professional activity at state, national, and international levels.
Demonstrate an appreciation of and deep respect for the learning/teaching environment and for the students, •
staff, and faculty who comprise it. Willingness to embrace the mission of Saint Mary’s College of California and its
Lasallian, Catholic, and Liberal Arts traditions.
Consideration and review of applications will begin immediately and continue until October 1, 2014.
For more information and to apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/484767
Equal Opportunity Employer